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Billy Saeed

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Hi there everyone,

I am currently working on a report and I am not a hundred percent sure on what the following topology would be classed as, could someone please shed some light?
Go easy on me, I'm new here lol.


The two routers that are connected to one another are located in two different rooms.

Many thanks in advance!

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Edited by Billy Saeed, 23 April 2014 - 04:48 PM.

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This looks about right to me:




Distributed Star

A type of network topology that is composed of individual networks that are based upon the physical star topology connected in a linear fashion – i.e., 'daisy-chained' – with no central or top level connection point (e.g., two or more 'stacked' hubs, along with their associated star connected nodes or 'spokes').    
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